Noel, Leonard (History - 1874)


Janet Schwarze





----Source: 1918 History of Clark County, Wisconsin

LEONARD NOEL, who is engaged in operating the old Noel farm on Jack Creek, Pine Valley Township, Section 25, was born on this homestead, Mar. 27, 1874, son of Matthew and Agnes (Shigley) Noel. The scene of his birth was the log house that then stood near the creek, which cuts across a corner of the farm. A memoir of his parents appears elsewhere in this volume. He acquired his education in the Ross Eddy school and subsequently assisted his father in clearing the land and developing the farm that he now owns, taking over the tract of eighty acres in 1904. Among his most notable improvements is a basement barn, 36 by 64 feet in size. Mr. Noel raises Holstein cattle and Percheron horses with profitable results and is known as an enterprising and successful farmer. He is a member of Lodge No. 198, I. O. O. F., of Neillsville. He is unmarried.



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